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    cleon looking for PS? o.0
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    cleon looking for PS? o.0
    I shall poison him a bit
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    cleon if you need this saturday i go your house help you install.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cleonbus View Post
    Fast as in?

    BTW,need your(OB) help.Does your Sirui G-20 ballhead creep when your heaviest load is on it?Cos i'm thinking of changing my Benro B-00 to the Sirui G-20.The Benro one really sux...
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    Fast as in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylover View Post
    I shall poison him a bit

    wow...great CS5 next time ask u to help me PP...lol
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    wow...great CS5 next time ask u to help me PP...lol
    lolx... can... let me get use to their new interface first.. hehe...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odyssey-Boy View Post
    end up u spend more on accessories than on lens..
    Not quite lah.My new Sigma will be about $1.3k while the ballhead and maybe a new plate for the lens will be about <$200

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    Quote Originally Posted by axis90x View Post
    cleon if you need this saturday i go your house help you install.
    No need.Using paint.net for now...

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    This one more ex than my tripod legs lor

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    I stop to buy accessories already.. Just managed to save 5.5k for new lens. 35 f2, 85 1.8 , tamron 17-50 2.8 vc , 70-200 f4 L is usm, 580 exII Gary fong whailtail diffuser , Gitzo explorer, markins m10 . Maybe not enough
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    Quote Originally Posted by cleonbus View Post
    Not quite lah.My new Sigma will be about $1.3k while the ballhead and maybe a new plate for the lens will be about <$200
    Wah... what new sigma is this? I just bought a new Tamron myself... BBB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghaz1 View Post
    Wah... what new sigma is this? I just bought a new Tamron myself... BBB
    70-200 f2.8.Getting it this Sat after my outing.Just hope that CP or SLRR has stock for Pentax

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odyssey-Boy View Post
    I stop to buy accessories already.. Just managed to save 5.5k for new lens. 35 f2, 85 1.8 , tamron 17-50 2.8 vc , 70-200 f4 L is usm, 580 exII Gary fong whailtail diffuser , Gitzo explorer, markins m10 . Maybe not enough
    Don't forget a lens plate for your body/lens(those with tripod collar) too.BBB!

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    Wow 70-200 2.8 sigma do cheap ??

    I was think the 18-50 2.8 by sigma wonder whether is it better than tam 17-50.

    Don't think I will use a 70-200 on a body w/o grip..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odyssey-Boy View Post
    Wow 70-200 2.8 sigma do cheap ??

    I was think the 18-50 2.8 by sigma wonder whether is it better than tam 17-50.

    Don't think I will use a 70-200 on a body w/o grip..
    Cos Pentax dun need OS mah.Heard that the OS one costs $2.6K

    Not sure about the Sigma 18-50 but i'll go for the Tamron 17-50 since its so popular

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    Quote Originally Posted by cleonbus View Post
    Cos Pentax dun need OS mah.Heard that the OS one costs $2.6K

    Not sure about the Sigma 18-50 but i'll go for the Tamron 17-50 since its so popular
    I see I see.

    Will be getting either sig or tam 2.8 after I get 2 primes which is the 35 f2 and 85 1.8

    I was thinking the billingham Hadley which I liked the khaki alot, will get this soon too..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odyssey-Boy View Post
    I see I see.

    Will be getting either sig or tam 2.8 after I get 2 primes which is the 35 f2 and 85 1.8

    I was thinking the billingham Hadley which I liked the khaki alot, will get this soon too..
    Billingham

    I think next time i meet you,you'll be holding a 5D2 with a 70-200 f2.8,Gitzo tripod with Markins ballhead,Billingham bag and several prime lenses already

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odyssey-Boy View Post
    I see I see.

    Will be getting either sig or tam 2.8 after I get 2 primes which is the 35 f2 and 85 1.8

    I was thinking the billingham Hadley which I liked the khaki alot, will get this soon too..
    Think twice about the 85mm. I was about to splurge on it too, until i realise i hardly even go beyond my 50mm prime. So unless you want to shoot a lot of portraits or have some other use for it...
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    I got a question but I'm not sure if I can put it this way.

    What is the pros and cons between AD or AHD dry cabinet?
    I know there is analog and digital. But I realized like say challenger it state AD but it has a digital controller. I'm not too sure how to really identify it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylover View Post
    I got a question but I'm not sure if I can put it this way.

    What is the pros and cons between AD or AHD dry cabinet?
    I know there is analog and digital. But I realized like say challenger it state AD but it has a digital controller. I'm not too sure how to really identify it.
    I think its AD or DHC ba?

    AD is you manually set to the desired RH while DHC is you press the RH you want then the dry cab auto set for you.So for AD you need to guess & check while DHC you can set and then enjoy your coffee.But for AD,most people will set between 40-50% RH which is about the 12-1 o clock position

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